With firms increasingly moving to automate corporate actions processing, "We will see more action in 2004," Pamela Brewster, senior analyst in the securities and investments group, Celent Communications, tells Inside Market Data.
"One of the trends I am seeing is that there is more activity, more people are trying to automate," now that the market is more developed, says Brewster, who is currently preparing a report on the corporate actions market. "There are larger firms that are doing cost
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